13th Asian-Australasian Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology 2018
07 - 09 March 2018
The Magellan Sutera Hotel & Convention Centre, Kota Kinabalu Sabah, Malaysia

MYSIR 2018

Welcome to MYSIR’s annual scientific meeting MYSIR 2018 which will be held in conjunction with the 13th Asian Australasian Federation of Interventional and Therapeutic Neuroradiology, in idyllic tropical Kota Kinabalu, Sabah.

While MYSIR is hosting the 13th AAFITN 2018, we will not neglect other areas of Interventional Radiology. MYSIR 2018 will focus on Interventional Oncology as this is a growing area of interest amongst our members.

MMA has awarded this joint conference with 20 CPD points. Thus, we encourage all our members to take opportunity of this meeting to collect your CPD points.

As an encouragement to our members and those with interest in Interventional Radiology, MYSIR has secured educational grants from our sponsors to provide Free Registrations for Top MYSIR Abstracts.

Those who wish to submit their abstract just need to send in their abstract before the Call for Abstract Closing Deadline, register and pay as a delegate. If their abstract is accepted and chosen as one of the top abstracts, their registration fees will be reimbursed at the end of the conference after they have presented their paper.

We encourage our members and those interested in interventional neuroradiology to grab this opportunity and submit your abstracts.

For more information, go to the Abstract tab in this website or contact our conference secretariat at 03-22760555 or abstract@aafitn2018malaysia.com during office hours.

We wish you all the best!


Malaysian Society of Interventional Radiology (MYSIR) was established in 2012. MYSIR’s mission is to be the primary national body in the development of interventional and neuro-interventional radiology and to provide excellent healthcare, research and teaching to enhance the standard of medical practice in Malaysia.

MYSIR believes that continuous education and training will mitigate these challenges. Apart from educational and awareness activities, the society has also formed ties with other interventional societies around the world to foster working relationship, exchange of ideas and training opportunities.